A Few Thoughts on the Supreme Court's Michigan Ruling

Charlotte Hays

April 23 2014

A better public school system, not affirmative action, is the key to getting low-income and minority kids into colleges and keeping them there until graduation.

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Bad Day for the "War on Women:" Meet Terri Lynn Land

Charlotte Hays

April 22 2014

For the second time today, a woman with political aspirations has been noticed for making a pitch-perfect response to the phony "war on women" rhetoric.

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MAY 1, NEW YORK CITY EVENT: From Helicopter to Hazmat Parenting

Victoria Coley

April 22 2014

This dynamic panel discussion will bring some measure of relief to nervous parents who are doing their best to raise healthy and happy kids without going insane with worry.

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More on the Organic Mom Mafia

Julie Gunlock

April 22 2014

Some sources the organic mom mafia doesn't want you to see.

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Colonel Martha McSally on the "War on Women"

Charlotte Hays

April 22 2014

"You want to talk about a war on women? Walk in my shoes down the streets of Kabul….”

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Can We Trust Numbers from the Census Bureau?

Charlotte Hays

April 22 2014

The New York Post’s John Crudele, a respected numbers cruncher, writes that there is “a pattern of falsifying statistics throughout the entire Census Bureau.”

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Blackmailing Charter Schools in Los Angeles

Vicki E. Alger

April 21 2014

LA district gets schooled for shutting down successful chaters.

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Arkansas Mom Shows How Common Core Math Punishes Correct Answers

Vicki E. Alger

April 21 2014

Meanwhile states are starting to opt out…

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Meet the Organic Mom Mafia

Charlotte Hays

April 21 2014

New York Post's Naomi Schaeffer Riley cites IWF's Julie Gunlock as a proponent of food sanity.

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Peyser: The Sisterhood Goes Psychotic

Charlotte Hays

April 21 2014

Andrea Peyser defends actress Kirsten Dunst from a barrage of attacks by angry feminists.

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ObamaCare: Why the "Debate-Over" Spin Isn't Working

April 21 2014

The president repeated variations on the debate-is-closed mantra so frequently that White House Dossier asks, “Are you hypnotized yet?  Most Americans aren't.

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Tax Preparers: the New ObamaCare Cheerleaders

Patrice J. Lee

April 21 2014

The two largest tax preparers guided clients to sign up for ObamaCare and may have prompted the last-minute spike in signups.

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We Stop Working for the Tax Man Today

Patrice J. Lee

April 21 2014

Today –Tax Freedom Day– marks the day Americans can stop working for the government and can start working for ourselves.

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Solution to Inequality: Two-Parent Families

Charlotte Hays

April 21 2014

The inequality debate is one conservatives could win to the benefit of the country. That doesn't mean they will.

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Wage gap isn't so simple

Krista Kafer

April 19 2014

Colorado Senator Mark Udall appears to be discriminating against women while Represenative Cory Gardner appears to be discriminating against men.  Perhaps there is another explanation for these wage gaps.

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Deja Vu Alert: President Obama Delays Keystone XL Decision Again

Charlotte Hays

April 19 2014

Time: "The Obama Administration is extending its review of the controversial Keystone XL pipeline that has become an election-year minefield."

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The Factual Feminist: The "Ban Bossy" Campaign is Fact-Challenged

Charlotte Hays

April 18 2014

In the new installment, Factual Feminist Christina Hoff Sommers debunks the “research” behind Sheryl Sandberg’s “Ban Bossy” campaign.

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POTUS’s Pre-Mature ObamaCare Victory Lap

Patrice J. Lee

April 18 2014

President Obama boasts about the latest healthcare signup numbers and stretches the truth.

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Michael Medved's Counterintuitive Take on the "War on Women"

Charlotte Hays

April 18 2014

Author and radio host Michael Medved thinks that the phony “war on women” rhetoric didn't help President Obama in 2012. My take on Medved: Denial is dangerous.

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Skewering Common Core Math Standards

Vicki E. Alger

April 17 2014

Attempted federal education takeover is becoming a laughingstock.

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First Lady’s Ireland Trip Cost Taxpayers Lots of Green

Vicki E. Alger

April 17 2014

Nearly $8 million for a three-day tour.

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The Current State of Marriage: Bad for Kids, Bad for All of Us

Abby Schachter

April 17 2014

The spring issue of National Affairs contains an important and troubling essay on the breakdown of the family by Ron Haskins.

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Finally! A Liberal Woman Stands Up for Ayaan Hirsi Ali

Charlotte Hays

April 17 2014

Don't miss Kirsten Powers' powerful column in USA Today.

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Pay Now or Pay Later, But You Better Pay Up

Patrice J. Lee

April 17 2014

ObamaCare fines will scare Americans into getting covered.

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“Paycheck Fairness Act” All About Helping Lawyers

Carrie L. Lukas

April 17 2014

Karl Rove picks up on one of IWF's themes from last week: Democrats' push for the “Paycheck Fairness Act” has little to do with boosting women's paychecks—unless those women happen to be trail lawyers.

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